ROAD Safety Tips for Two Wheeler Riders

Check the weather before heading out

Rain, ice and snow can compromise your ride. Driving in these elements is hazardous for bikers

Wear Motorcycle Gear

Motorcycle gear protects you from the elements, debris, and road rash helmet, goggles, leather jacket, leather pants or chaps, over the ankle boots and non-slip gloves.

Inspect your motorcycle before each ride.

It’s a good idea to inspect your bike before you ride to ensure it is as safe as possible.

Obey traffic rules, use your signals and drive the speed limit

This may sound remedial, but it’s important to follow traffic rules, use signals and drive the posted speed limit to avoid accidents.

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Stay at a safe distance

Tailgating is not safe. It is recommended to stay at least four seconds away from the vehicle in front of you.

Carry a  First-Aid kit

motorcycle in case of injury. It should include disinfecting wipes, bandages, hand sanitizer, gauze, adhesive tape, and Band-Aids.